For the first time, Camilla Ellefsen is telling her side of the story - on why she had been on the run with her daughter for the last 10 years.
She claims her life on the run could have ended much sooner if Norwegian authorities had been more helpful.
Brozzi Lunetta who searched the world for his daughter Reya has travelled to Canberra yesterday to help his former wife Camilla.More stories from Today Tonight
Last night Brozzi signed away any rights to the custody of Reya.
"I hope that I'm going to walk off into the sunset to Norway. That's the plan. Not that Brozzi has known this but that's what I've been working on for eight years," Camilla.
"They couldn't actually give me passports regardless and almost making me feel very unwelcome to even approach going to the Norwegian embassy."
This morning, the reunited family packed their bags to get their passport photos.
Camilla has sole custody of Reya.
"If she wants to she can walk out of here and get into a taxi," Brozzi said.
After 10 years of searching Brozzi is giving Reya back to Camilla.
"It's crazy isn't it? It's against all legal advice but it's not about the law, it's not about punishing Camilla. It's never been about that. For my daughter's well-being, I feel it's the best move I can make," Brozzi said.
"It would be nice if she could one day call me dad, that's what I'm looking forward to."
Camilla and Reya have both received their emergency passports and are free to travel back to Norway.
This reporter is on Twitter at @LauraSparkes7